The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 25 (1947) > Issues > Issue 11 > Constructional Features of Meaford Power Station
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Constructional Features of Meaford Power Station

The paper following embodies a description of works recently carried out in the construction of Meaford Power Station and has been confined to the civil engineering and structural aspects of the station, principally as regards the foundation works and certain features and methods of construction it was thought may be of interest. F.T. Bunclark

Author(s): Bunclark, F T

Keywords: power stations;meaford, staffs;foundations;construction work;piles;reinforced concrete;equipment